All Saints’ is known as the church with no walls. That’s true, we been renting space from Christ the King Lutheran for several years now. But we have a  dream. We dream of a sacred space where we can worship alongside others of the Abrahamic background.  On February 2, we signed a letter of agreement with the Bentonville Islamic Center to work toward creating a building where each faith can hold their own distinct services. Our goal is to show that we can live side by side in peace, respect and love.

All Saints’ was founded on a theory of radical hospitality. As a congregation we welcome everyone and recognize the dignity of each person. We welcome questions because we are all on a journey. Whoever you are, you are welcome here. Our dream of this interfaith sacred space is an extension of that hospitality. There’s more to come!